CILEx Media Release Archive
CILEx media releases for the past two years can be found on
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Lawyers unite for #LegalPride 2019
The legal professions of England and Wales – solicitors, barristers and Chartered Legal Executives are joining together to mark Pride events in Birmingham, Bristol, Newcastle, Leeds, Manchester, Cardiff and London.
Second female Chartered Legal Executive judge named
Chloe Hubbert has become the second female Chartered Legal Executive to be appointed to the judiciary and the first to become a Deputy District Judge.
New Programme to Boost Judicial Diversity
Lawyers from underrepresented groups will be better supported to become judges following the launch of a new online education programme today (24 April).
CILEx welcomes no-fault divorce
Just months after closing its consultation on no-fault divorce. CILEx is pleased to see the government’s announcement for new legislation to implement many of the changes that our Family Practitioners Specialist Reference Group had called for.
Government plan will not prevent new mothers being ‘pushed out’, argues CILEx
Government plans to extend redundancy protections for women returning to work after maternity leave do not address the underlying discrimination that has left many pregnant women and new mothers feeling “pushed out,” “side-lined” and “punished for being a mother” says CILEx.
Launch of new Freehold Management Enquiries form
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) supports launch of the new Freehold Management Enquiries Form
CILEx to partner with LawCare to recognise mental health initiatives
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx) has introduced a new Mental Health and Wellbeing Initiative award category into this year’s CILEx National Awards, in partnership with legal sector mental health charity, LawCare.
HMCTS delays completion of court modernisation programme
The HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has delayed the completion of its court modernisation project by a year.
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